Saturday, December 24, 2005

Military chaplains told to shy from the name of Jesus

If only a small percentage of the energy expended defending the saying "Merry Christmas," were devoted to speaking the name of Jesus...

I would say that Christians have their priorities mixed up if only I knew they were Christians.

Military chaplains told to shy from Jesus Nation/Politics The Washington Times, America's Newspaper

To pray -- or not to pray -- in Jesus' name is the question plaguing an increasing number of U.S. military chaplains, one of whom began a multiday hunger strike outside the White House yesterday.

"I am a Navy chaplain being fired because I pray in Jesus' name," said Navy Lt. Gordon Klingenschmitt, who will be holding 6 p.m. prayer vigils daily in Lafayette Park.


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